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  1. Official 2020 WR Thread

    Who?
  2. Official 2020 WR Thread

    Apparently because he’s not 6’2. Like Odell Beckham, Antonio Brown, DeAndre Hopkins, Amari Cooper, Stefon Diggs, Steve Smith, TY Hilton, Julian Edelman, DeSean Jackson, Greg Jennings, Torry Holt, Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison, Steve Largent, Wes Welker, Isaac Bruce, Tyreek Hill... yeah I could do this forever.
  3. Official 2020 WR Thread

    Jesus
  4. Official 2020 WR Thread

    I think Jeudy is generational in his freak route running and fluidity. It’s rare in my opinion, the absolutely elite agility and snap in his game. He is like an elastic band that will just tie defensive backs in knots. I think he’s going to test very fast too. There was a deep TD last year where I’m pretty sure he ran away from Zedrick Woods, who ran a 4.29. Jeudy isn’t built like a monster outside guy, but he’s so damn special with his movement and as a technician that he will dominate in the pros anyway. I also really like Ceedee Lamb. He’s vying for my number two WR. Tee Higgins is an animal. A proper big outside guy with some speed, great size and physicality with an ability to highpoint the ball. Getting overshadowed a bit because of Justyn Ross but he’s a man amongst boys on the field. Laviska Shenault is interesting. A lot of his production came in untraditional ways but he also showed speed, size and strong hands. This is definitely the year to have a lot of early dynasty picks. What a class at both WR and RB.
  5. The (Potential) 2020 Draft RB Class

    Jonathan Taylor at 10 is ridiculous. He’s a top 3 pure runner, with an argument for RB1. His contact balance and burst are legit. His two main worries are the carries he will already have on his body after a third monster season and his lack of receiving production. I’m not particularly bothered by the receiving. Gordon had 22 catches in three years out of there and has been nice in the nfl. Travis Etienne has some freaky qualities. He is rapid and runs violently, but also with a lack of vision sometimes. I think he’ll improve with that and is also another that has more receiving ability than he has needed to show in college. D’Andre Swift is an excellent prospect. Perfect RB name. Best dead leg move in the game (Jerry Jeudy has the best among WRs!). He is built like a three down back and has obvious dual threat qualities. Those are my top three backs. If forced to pick tomorrow which back I’d take first... it’s tough but I think I’d go for Swift. He has the most all-round things going for him that I look for out of a feature back.
  6. Who the Browns are showing interest in.

    Justin Layne, bring him home! I love a good story
  7. Around the NFL and General discussion

    “Because they’re the Browns...” is the laziest reason I see all the time. From forum posters to tv talking heads, I immediately discount any opinion they have. John Dorsey has literally zero to do with anything Browns before he signed on. Since he signed on, we’ve been on fire. Others know this, they’re just scared of the new reality.
  8. What’s the realistic aim this year?

    You’re right. I don’t think we should try to be the Pats. But rather just on a personality level, I think that kind of balanced mentality is more conducive to long term winning than being emotional all the time. I’m thinking about sustaining a Dynasty already, that’s the problem 😎
  9. O...B...J... IS A CLEVELAND BROWN

    Those are fantastic, except for the prison suit one.
  10. What’s the realistic aim this year?

    I agree with this. Usually I dislike ‘personality’ players quite a lot. I just don’t often see many whose impact on the game merits their propensity to get fiery or have a blow up on the sidelines. At best, a team comprised of this might burn bright and achieve great success but very quickly implode. Seahawks/Eagles/Steelers are some examples that come to mind. It’s important to note that any of those examples, even though I’m talking about my disdain for them, were better teams than the Browns have been. But what I will say is, there are certain players that make a team better through their fiery moments. Some call it a double standard but that’s nonsense, imo. It really comes down to one thing for me. If there’s a guy who I’m cool with showing some fire or getting het up from time to time, it damn well better be the QB and he damn well better be a great player. That’s why Brady flipping his lid every now and then is never a deal. He has so much standing and equity that his teammates know... if this guy is pissed off, it’s for a genuine reason, let’s turn the energy up and get things done. I have zero interest in Antonio Brown throwing Gatorade buckets and shoving coaches. You’re a receiver, bro. You aren’t the leader. You wouldn’t catch a ball if someone else didn’t throw it to you. All you end up doing is souring the rest of the team towards your personality and high maintenance behaviour. Now to the Browns. Odell is a great player. Just like Antonio Brown is. But this team doesn’t need him proposing to kicking nets or sitting by himself and kicking out in frustration. As great as he is, he’s not our leader. And he’s still just a receiver. Our leader is Baker Mayfield. It has to be. Thankfully, he’s genuine enough in his desire to be a winner and love for his teammates that I think we are one of the few teams that would actually benefit from him being fiery or having a moment when he needs to. There is a difference between being the Miami Hurricanes where everyone is pure emotion and the New England Patriots where the greatest qb ever gets angry a few times a season. The Miami Hurricanes would not work in the pros, and we do need to make sure we don’t fall into that territory, imo. We should be leaning more towards the Pats. A QB that everyone respects and understands is the true leader. Follow his passion and let him lead.
  11. What’s the realistic aim this year?

    On the back of the Hill rumours and also just more thinking, I’m revising this to: 1. Patriots 2. Browns 3. Chargers 4. Colts 5. Chiefs 6. Jaguars
  12. Nostalgia Browns

    Beau Bell just because his name has a different meaning over here and I thought that was funny. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Mary-le-Bow Isaac Sowells for being a perennial swing tackle who I’m still not sure actually existed. Shaun Smith for punching our handsome qb in the face and damaging the only talent he had, his looks. Hank Poteat because he ruined our handsome qbs greatest game and just struck fear into me whenever I saw him on the field.
  13. O...B...J... IS A CLEVELAND BROWN

    That reminds me of a Buffalo home game when Josh Gordon dominated... and Brandon Weeden
  14. O...B...J... IS A CLEVELAND BROWN

    Bring back josh cribbs
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